The British Virgin Islands consist of 60-plus islands and offer all the charms of the natural Caribbean. The islands are located between Puerto Rico and St. Kitts. If you are planning a Caribbean wedding in an unspoiled setting with a low-key atmosphere, a BVI wedding might be right for you. If you would like to learn more about the main tourist islands of the British Virgin Islands make sure you spend time on CaribbeanWeddings.com because we have complete up-to-date information on the islands. If you would like to discuss these islands further, please contact Caribbean Weddings and one of our specialists will be happy to discuss your Caribbean wedding further.
Tortola is the largest island with the most popularity. Day trips to the other islands can be arranged through your hotel.
Mountainous Virgin Gorda, with secluded beaches and natural attractions, is the site of the Baths where monumental granite boulders dominate the beach, creating numerous tide pools and great snorkeling.
The island of Jost Van Dyke thrives on its waterside reputation for festivity and provides excellent protected anchorages for yachters.
Out to the northeast, day trippers visit Anegada and the 18-mile-long Horseshoe Reef - one of the worlds’ longest - to spend the day bird-watching and snorkeling.
Norman Island, supposedly the Treasure Island of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous story, has no inhabitants other than a couple of restaurants. Here, the Caves are a famous snorkeling spot.
Peter Island hosts a resort that welcomes all for lunch and beaching.
The British Virgin Islands offer:
- Pristine white beaches and calm Caribbean waters
- Excellent snorkeling
- World-famous BVI hotels and resorts
- Great outdoor bars overlooking the water
- Fine dining and lots of nightlife